Reviews and Problems with Love & Death : Bitten
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User review by amyy zhu
19 February 2012
Summary: Omg, this is now my favourite game ever. Sure, it may be cheesy, but it's awesome. The storyline is good but I personally didn't really like the ending. The graphics were awesome, bright, colourful and everything. The characters suited their personalities- not to mention Damon ;) everything was excellent in this game. Loved it and I hope there is a sequel or more games similar to this. It was disappointing at the end because that was it..
Summary: Nice little game. The voice acting was fun. I liked that the bronze/gold leaves had a purpose at the end. I really loved the story, and the voice acting to it was a nice charming surprise. It was magical in its own sort of way. The puzzles were fun yet challenging. I like how it switched you between the views. And I'm certainly hoping and looking forward to a possible sequel!!
Summary: This is among the best HOGs I've ever played. First, the production value's absolutely amazing -- fabulous visuals, nice music, good voice acting, the works. It's way up there with the "big boys". More importantly, and unlike a lot of other HOGs I've played, I found the level of challenge in this game perfectly well balanced: it wasn't too hard and never got frustrating, but I actually had to think.
Summary: From the hero to the player, everyone gets bitten by something in this fabulous game. For the hero, that's (obviously) not so good. For the player, it's not so bad most of the time. Pros: -- a coherent storyline that flows well -- the voiceovers, when used, are decent quality and there are no dialogue boxes with abbreviated dialogue running with them to distract you -- beautiful, clear graphics - no grainy, fuzzy scenes here -- the gameplay is smooth and fairly...
Summary: Thanks to the reviews here, I decided to give this game a try, even though the title of it (to me, anyway) was offputting. When the demo was over, I couldn't wait to buy it. The story is coherent, the voices match the characters, and there's a fair amount of going back-and-forth to different places, which I love..